Alain and Cris discuss why are Americans easily swayed by lazy patriotism, the AT&T-Time Warner merger, the immigration crisis at the border, G7.
Alain and Cris answer listener emails, review the proposed changes to the SNAP program, and lowest common denominator laws.
*We discuss mature themes in this episode*
Alain, Anneke, and Cris gather together to answer listener submitted questions. Topics include Mormon academia, VidAngel, Hollywood, sexual harassment, hypocrisy in daily life, and more. Be sure to catch Part 1. Let us know your take on today’s episode or leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Find out more about our local socials at latterdayleft.com
The guys are back to discuss General Conference, Pence, Patriotism, Puerto Rico, and more. Don't miss Part 2 where they examine the New Gilded Age.
S2 E45 Season Finale Utahn’s Support of Trump, Contractors vs Soldiers, Internet Privacy, and A Visit To Bird Town
Cris and Alain are back together to wrap up the season. Who own your social media information? Why send contractors when you can send soldiers? Why is Trump’s approval ratings so high in Utah? All these questions and more.
Tom Taylor joins us to discuss his run for Utah's 4th Congressional District and stays to talk about healthcare, the opioid addiction, science and education, and Ezra Taft Benson.
Darlene McDonald stops by to share her story and discuss what her solutions are to our current woes. Plus we add to the debate on firework bans and more. Topics include: Health care, Race, poverty, jobs, economy, Hobby Lobby, Flat Earthers
Dr. Kathie Allen for Utah’s Congressional District 3, the Senate Healthcare Proposal, the Charlie Gard case, States pushing back at The WH for voter records, Church’s new paternity and maternity leave policies, and Venus vs McEnroe. Plus a special warning from Alain about our Civil liberties.
The guys discuss SCOTUS decisions, the Senate health proposal, what is wrong with political purity tests, and as usual much, much more. *There is some strong language used in this episode and may not be appropriate for children.*